Neutral Density


Dir. Ken Feingold, 16mm Color Sound 00:08:00

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Consists of a series of stationary shots of the windows on the side of a building. The camera was trained squarely on a window at one end and then panned across the building, with stationary shorts taken at each window. Since the camera movement was exactly horizontal, changes in the angle of view and modifications in size caused by perspective result in each window occupying a different position in the frame of vision. The shots are apparently terminated by an 'OK' on the sound track and are separated from each other by black leader.[Source: David James "Six Films by Ken Feingold," Journal of the Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art; Number 14, April 1977 ]